Which location has the best facade?
They aren't actually trying to. The original one in Orlando, especially, is still just a soundstage with a house facade on the corner of it. It can't look like anything else without either demolishing the building or at least redoing the exterior completely.3 versions of this and they haven't figured out any way to theme/hide the massive showbuilding more than something vaguely suggesting some sort of Gru branded warehouse?
I think it speaks volumes about the difficulty of making large buildings disappear and the futility of complaining about seeing large buildings in theme parks. Maybe they need to get David Copperfield as a consultant?Can I tell you this is hysterical, yet at the same time not to the point? Just because another company has done a poor job
of blending the ride into it's surroundings, doesn,t make the poor job done by Universal, right.
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